Your teeth also suffer Postvacational Syndrome
A large part of us have already returned from summer vacations and we are incorporated into work and daily obligations and routine. How do you wear it?
This routine requires reconnecting 100% after our well-deserved vacation and despite the fact that many are grateful for the return to their usual customs, the majority go through an adaptive period that we know as Postvacational Syndrome or Depression.
In reality, in most cases, what is clinically given is a markedly negative increase in stress after having enjoyed whole weeks of free time, free from worries, responsibilities and enjoying the tranquility and relaxation of the holidays.
Upon returning to our usual routine, the organism automatically generates a response similar to that given to apparently threatening external circumstances.
The most common symptoms of such a stress situation are irritability, anxiety, insomnia, fortuitous forgetfulness, difficulty concentrating, headaches, stomach, neck and back, palpitations, sweating, trembling, increased consumption of tobacco and alcohol and jaw clenching. , etc.
That is when our oral health can also be especially affected by stressful situations, especially damaging teeth and gums.
Some harmful effects can be:
Bleeding gums with brushing.
Gingivitis and Periodontitis, derived from a fall in defenses.
Bruxism, clenching teeth especially at night, causing jaw, joint, ear, facial and head pain, tension and insomnia and damaging and wearing away tooth enamel, causing excessive dental sensitivity and can lead to tooth loss.
The most effective treatment to combat bruxism is the placement of a splint or occlusal guard.
Have you finished your vacation and want to ensure the good health of your teeth? Always consult with your dentist in Valencia, who will advise you on the best treatment to keep your oral health in the best state.
Request an appointment online or through the phone. 96 3303344 or 96 0500242 or on our website www.clinicadentalponssoria.com and consult with your dentist in Valencia.
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